Stop the Homework Battle
Last but not least, commit to that routine. As we all know, we start off with really good intentions, especially here in January with resolutions. And then as the weeks go by that routine or that habit really starts to fall away. All of these are necessary to make it effective, but it also takes commitment on your part and on your student's part.
This is not going to happen overnight. You need to sit down with your student, develop a routine that includes them, have them give you their point of view on their homework time, make them take ownership of it. And once you establish that routine, soon they're going to be following these rules without you having to regulate them. And that's going to make it much more enjoyable for you and your family when it comes to homework time.
So in the end, following these five steps and committing to a routine is going to be the biggest piece of success for you and for your homework battle.
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